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Contributions to the Knowledge of the Tachinidae ( Diptera ) Fauna of Turkey from Western Blacksea Region of Turkey with One New Record

@inproceedings{Atay2017ContributionsTT,
  title={Contributions to the Knowledge of the Tachinidae ( Diptera ) Fauna of Turkey from Western Blacksea Region of Turkey with One New Record},
  author={Turgut Atay},
  year={2017}
}
In total, 35 species were identified during this study. They are 6 genera and 6 species from the subfamily Exoristinae, 5 genera and 6 species from the subfamily Tachininae, 2 genera and 2 species from the subfamily Dexiinae, 9 genera and 21 species from the subfamily Phasiinae. Among them Catharosia pygmaea was recorded for the first time in Turkey. This species is the first record of the tribe Catharosiini and the genus Catharosia Rondani, 1868 from Turkey. First detailed record of Estheria… 

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